After a dry start to the day today, an approaching disturbance has spread rain to the Triangle. Most of the moisture will be aimed at coastal locations, but a half inch of rain cannot be ruled out around Raleigh. High pressure will bring a brief period of dry conditions on Monday before a more potent disturbance arrives for Tuesday. This area of low pressure will bring the threat for heavy rain beginning Monday night and continuing through the day on Tuesday.
Widespread rainfall totals of 1-2 inches are possible.
In addition to this, a cold air damming setup is likely and high temperatures on Tuesday will struggle to get out of the upper 40s.
However, temperatures will not be cold enough for any ice, even in the mountains.
A cold front will then move through the region late in the week, ushering in a much colder air mass.
Have a great Evening!